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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Application of Indicator Systems for Monitoring and Assessment of Desertification from National to Global ScalesSOMMER Stefan; ZUCCA Claudio; GRAINGER Alan; CHERLET Michael; ZOUGMORE Robert; SOKONA Youba; HILL Joachim; DELLA PERUTA Raniero; ROEHRIG Julia; WANG GuoshengArticles in Journals
1990Comparative Analysis of LANDSAT-5 TM and SPOT HRV-1 Data for Use in Multiple Sensor ApproachesHILL Joachim; AIFADOPOULOU D.Articles in Journals
1994Imaging Spectrometry as a Tool for Environmental Observations. Eurocourse, 23-27 November 1992, Ispra (I)MEGIER Jacques; HILL JoachimEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Imaging Spectrometry for Soil ApplicationsBEN-DOR Eyal; TAYLOR R.g.; HILL Joachim; DEMATTÊ J.am; WHITING M. L.; CHABRILLAT S.; SOMMER STEFANArticles in Journals
1991Land-Use Inventory and Mapping in a Mountainous Area. The Ardeche ExperimentMEGIER Jacques; HILL Joachim; KOHL HansArticles in Journals
2011Monitoring and assessment of land degradation and desertification: Towards new conceptual and integrated approachesVOGT Juergen; SAFRIEL Uriel; VON MALTITZ Graham; SOKONA Youba; ZOUGMORE Robert; BASTIN Gary; HILL JoachimArticles in Journals
1988Regional Land Cover and Agricultural Area Statistics and Mapping in the Ardeche Department (France) by Use of Thematic Mapper DataMEGIER Jacques; HILL JoachimContributions to Conferences
2010Retrieval of chlorophyll and nitrogen in Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst.) using imaging spectroscopySCHLERF Martin; ATZBERGER CLEMENT; HILL Joachim; BUDDENBAUM Henning; WERNER Willy; SCHULER GebhardArticles in Journals
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